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been drilled Mr Henderson said, so far as the Missouri troops were concerned, they were mustered into the service in August, 1861, but they had been drilled for a number of years previously. For himself, he was opposed to calling out a mob. Mr Sherman, of Ohio, (Union,) said there could be no doubt, under the existing law, of the President's authority to call out these troops; and, what ever might be our opinion as to the wisdom of the call, we should vote the appropriation Mr Carille, of Virginia, (Dem,) did not think it was respectful on the part of the President to have slighted Congress in not having indicated his intention to call out these troops for one hundred days. This proposed action placed the Treasury of the United States directly under the control of the President, and we set here merely to vote the money to carry out, and not to determine measures. The sum proposed would not hall cover the cost. Besides this, these men were to be taken at a time when la